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  1. #22626
    Thanks Chris. This shouldn't take long, just couldn't resist such a grand lady...
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  2. #22627

  3. #22628
    Yes Jim . At the time, the largest aircraft ever built in Britain.

    Ord-Hume also quotes it as second-largest in the world - but what about those German and Russian monsters ????

  4. #22629
    Hmmm Do X and Maxim Gorky spring to mind ...

  5. #22630
    On a similar ( but smaller ) theme ....
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  6. #22631
    A Russian machine 'inspired by' (i.e. a copy of) the Dornier Wal.
    This is the Bartini DAR.

  7. #22632
    to Scotland ! - part made in Stainless Steel I believe - over to you Sir ....

  8. #22633
    Something different again -
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  9. #22634
    Phoenix Duet G-AYTT, the side-by-side two seat development of the Luton Minor.

  10. #22635
    Mike knows his flivvers !

  11. #22636
    Thank you, Mike. Here's a biplane from an earlier period.

  12. #22637

  13. #22638
    That's close enough for me, Jim. Over to you. I have it as the LKOD KOD-1. But Baltic aviation is to me what French aviation seems to be to others!

  14. #22639
    Thanks ! That's very generous of you - here's a one of a kind that once had a famous pilot ....
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  15. #22640
    One of my favorite flying boats. Hall XP2H.

  16. #22641
    just a small note, im not playing this game anymore, the aircraft to pick out are too hard...maybe if you go to someting mid 50's/60s ish ill comeback!!

    but whilst im here..Sikorsky s-43??

  17. #22642
    Moses has it ! - the sole prototype was flown to Hawaii by John Thatch of " weave " fame - over to Texas !

    Darren, if I get another chance I'll follow your suggestion

  18. #22643
    Thanks Jim.

    Grainy sesquiplane up next. Sorry Darren, not from the 1950's or 60's!

  19. #22644

  20. #22645
    it reminds me of the Laird Baby biplane

  21. #22646
    Ayah, I had the feeling I’ve seen it before: I have it as Partridge-Kent Biplane from 1915 in :Canada:

  22. #22647
    O Canada indeed.

    Suds for Uli.

  23. #22648
    Thank you Kevin!

    Surprisingly, I couldn’t find this one in our thread. Who will bite (in the absence of Wout)?
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  24. #22649
    Maybe the Hindustan HT-2, Uli?

  25. #22650
    yes of course! Take it

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